GED Testing

Your Future Starts Here!  GED Testing Service

 

 

The GED® test is administered by Southside Virginia Community College at the Alberta and Keysville campuses of SVCC, the Estes Community Center in Chase City, the Occupational/Tech Center in Fort Pickett, Blackstone, and the Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center in South Hill. 

 

To take the GED® test, you must be 16 years old or older, and not required to be enrolled in secondary school under state law.  Individuals under 18, and over 16, are encouraged to obtain an age waiver from the school superintendent of the locality where they reside.  You must also create an account at the "MyGED" website!  You will use your "MyGED" account to schedule tests and view your scores.  

 

The new GED® 2014 Test is a computer-based (not online) test administered in secure testing centers around the country. The test is divided into four modules and takes about 7-1/2 hours to complete. All subjects need not be completed on the same day; test-takers may choose to schedule one subject at a time. 
         *Reasoning Through Language Arts (155 minutes)
         *Mathematical Reasoning (120 minutes)
         *Social Studies (95 minutes)
         *Science (95 minutes)
The test is available in English and Spanish.
 

The test is scored by computer and same-day results are available online through the account you create at myGED.com.

 

Taking the GED test on a computer tutorial.  Click here to start!

 

How do I register for the test?
Please visit the GED website to register.
Test candidates must have an email address, government issued photo ID, and one of the following forms of payment: debit card; credit card; voucher.

Where do I take the test?
The GED® test is administered by Southside Virginia Community College at the Alberta and Keysville campuses of SVCC, the Estes Community Center in Chase City, the Occupational/Tech Center in Fort Pickett, Blackstone, and the Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center in South Hill. 

When can I take the test?
Choose the date and time you prefer (within testing center open hours) when you schedule your test online at the GED website.
How much does it cost?
The cost per subject is $30, for a total test cost of $120.  Participants in SVCC's GED study program who comply with the rules of the program will receive free GED® testing.
How do I get a copy of my transcript (scores)?
If you took the GED® 2014 Test after January 1, 2014, log in to your account at the GED website then look for the Request a Transcript link at the bottom of the page.
If you took the GED® Test before January 1, 2014, please click here, then select the state where you took the test and follow the on-screen instructions.
 
For additional information about the GED® Test, go to the GED Testing website.

Free GED Practice Test

GED® and the GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education (ACE). They may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of ACE or GED Testing Service®. The GED® and GED Testing Service® brands are administered by GED Testing Service® LLC under license from the American Council on Education. 

 

For information about GED® Testing at Southside Virginia Community College, please call:

Buffy Allgood                     Katie Irby
Program Manager             Program Manager
434-949-1090                   434-736-2084           

 

 

 

 

 

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